Thread: Big Pain at Inj site
03-06-2005, 07:31 PM #1
Big Pain at Inj site
Hey Bros... Don't flame me too hard O.K.
I did AAS for the first time last yr: a test cyp cycle and remember the first two inj hurt like mad, but then I switched to a 25g from a 21 and had minimal pain since, until...
Two weeks ago I started another cyp cycle and did the first 3 inj myself with no pain. However on Friday I let a friend who is an MD do it in the other glute (for the first time) and since then I've been in a great deal of pain. Is this pain from my muscle being new to the spike?
03-07-2005, 12:05 AM #2
Well did you make him massage your a$$ afterwards.....? i seem to get much more soreness when I hit a muscle I havent used in a while. Could be a number of things, but seeing that he is a doctor and all, I would think thats all it is. Keep an eye out for swelling, redness, warmth.
03-07-2005, 05:50 AM #3Originally Posted by DrugsrGood
03-07-2005, 06:10 AM #4
I had pain like this a couple of shots ago also and am trying to figure out what happened. When the needle went in, it felt funny like something was not right. I can't say that it really hurt, it felt like the needle went through something hard. This was a glute shot. I finished the shot and it left an oblong lump there. Today is day 7 and the lump is still there. It doesnt' hurt real bad, but I do feel something and I think that the lump went down in size a little. Do you have a lump? Also, if your friend moved a little, that will cause some inflamation. I've had that before. That will go away in about a week if that was the case.
Originally Posted by scaryfast
03-07-2005, 06:25 AM #5Originally Posted by lzicc
03-07-2005, 06:28 AM #6
Wow injecting with 21g that right there would be cause for pain IMO 25g perfect.
03-07-2005, 07:14 AM #7Originally Posted by lzicc
The 25g made the first cycle much easier.
03-07-2005, 07:31 AM #8
Scaryfast, what I started to do also is warming up the syringe. I fill it up and then lay a sealed baggy of hot water on it for about 10 minutes. It helps out alot.
If you don't have a lump, that is a good thing. If it is getting better, I would not worry about it too much. It sounds like your friend may have moved the needle a little and it irritated the muscle. That should heal fairly quick.
03-07-2005, 09:05 AM #9
She made the comment "this stuff is cold" when she saw I wasn't 100% comfortable during the inj. She is a hottie so I couldn't ask her to start over (male ego) The way I feel right now I'm optimistic it will get better, I'll just have to gimp for a day or two. Hopefully I'll be ready for the wknd. Thanks for the input
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